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While the state of Oklahoma battles in court to overturn a block on their recently passed prohibition against the forced institution of Sharia Law in the state, they've turned to the next evil on their very long list.
What a find! Colonel Sanders old book of recipes. The manuscript may be old and yellowed, but the recipes are in there, hidden away in a vault for decades. KFC knows what it's found and plans to offer much of it online for free.
This article will help you find the best recipes on the web. I have found a place where you can search interesting recipes from a collection of a wide variety of food sites. Of course you can easily guess which place that will be, it is Google as usual.
KitchenBug launches, providing a social recipe sharing experience, the first site of it's kind. The site allows you to save all your favorite recipes and share them with others in one online community.
Growing up on Naval Bases around the world I came into close contact with Philippine culture at an early age. Filipino men would earn their US citizenship by working for the US Navy and a familiar smell to “Navy Brats” of my generation was Adobo.
The scientific name for the cacao tree is Theobroma cacao -'food of the gods.' The Olmecs, the oldest civilization archeologists have yet found in the Americas (1500-400 BCE) were the first to grow and use this divine plant.
Some practical soul at NYT understands cooking in the hot weather. The Minimalist column has 101 single paragraphs all easy cook meals. I cook, usually with only two or three thousand fatalities, mostly downwind, but this really looks good.
Posthappy was kind enough to point out that there's a new topic here at DJ!The Food channel is a great addition. I know that we're all busy people running around with our heads cut off at times. Anyone need help with meal ideas?